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06/12/2018 - The African Development Bank has approved a US$ 35 million loan for the Shire Valley Transformation Program - Phase 1 (SVTP-1), aimed at reducing poverty through the development of agricultural value chain and climate adaptation mechanisms.

Catégories: Malawi, Agriculture et agro-industries, Centre africain des ressources naturelles


26/10/2018 - The African Development Bank Group, has approved a US$15 million grant from the African Development Fund (ADF) for a water supply and sanitation project in Malawi, expected to provide jobs and boost the livelihoods of nearly 300,000 people.

Catégories: Malawi, Eau et assainissement, FAD


25/10/2018 - Through the African Development Fund’s recent envelope of financial instruments, Malawi has received US$14 million for scholarships and infrastructure for its Higher Education, Science and Technology (HEST) program. The assistance will boost job creation and employment in the southern African nation. It also aligns with Malawi’s development goals.

Catégories: Malawi, Education, FAD


16/10/2018 - The African Development Bank has approved its Country Strategy Paper for Malawi for 2018-2022. The strategy blueprint is part of ongoing efforts to boost economic diversification, reduce dependency on rain-fed agriculture and build resilience for growth in the southern African nation.

Catégories: Malawi


24/05/2018 - Ministers of Finance, Agriculture and Governors of Central Banks from African countries have called for further innovative financing mechanisms to deal with the impact of climate change, which has led to economic losses from cycles, conflict, insecurity and cross-border political instability in the Sahel region.

African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina attended the discussions by the Bank’s Board of Governors, emphasizing the Bank’s involvement in strengthening the technical cooperation between the Bank and the African Risk Capacity (ARC) to respond to climate change in Africa.

Catégories: Gambie, Mali, Malawi, Niger, Sénégal, Changement climatique, Environnement


16/04/2018 - Pour la toute première fois, la Banque africaine de développement a publié des synthèses de son rapport annuel phare, « Perspectives économiques en Afrique », dans trois langues africaines : l’arabe, le haoussa et le kiswahili. Parlées par plus de 300 millions d’Africains, ces trois langues sont parmi les plus pratiquées sur le continent. La publication de ce rapport dans des langues locales vise à accroître l’accessibilité de ses conclusions à un vaste segment de la population africaine et à encourager l’intégration linguistique. Cette édition constitue par ailleurs la dernière innovation destinée à augmenter la pertinence et le caractère opportun des Perspectives économiques en Afrique.

Catégories: Niger, Mali, Bénin, Maroc, Tunisie, Égypte, Algérie, Libye, Mauritanie, Cameroun, République Démocratique du Congo, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigéria, Soudan, Tchad, Togo, Comores, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Ouganda, Rwanda, Somalie, Tanzanie


10/04/2018 - Les gouverneurs de la Banque africaine de développement représentant les pays d’Afrique australe ont affirmé que l’institution représente l’avenir du développement du continent, l’appelant même à assumer le rôle de chef de file de sa transformation accélérée.

Catégories: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibie, São Tomé et Príncipe, Afrique du Sud, Swaziland, Zambie, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Partenariats, FAD, Le président


  • De: 27/03/2018
  • A: 29/03/2018
  • Lieu: Accra, Ghana

The African Development Bank will launch 12 new projects funded by the Agriculture Fast Track Fund (AFT) on March 27-29, 2018 to support agribusiness SMEs in Ghana and five other countries - Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique and Nigeria

Catégories: Ghana, Burkina Faso, Nigéria, Éthiopie, Malawi, Mozambique, Agriculture et agro-industries, Fonds pour l’accélération du développement agricole (FADA)


20/12/2017 - The African Development Bank is taking the lead in facilitating the takeoff of one of Africa’s largest infrastructure project − the US $ 5 billion Nacala corridor rail and port project.

The Bank will support the project with US $ 300 million from its Private Sector Window.

Catégories: Mozambique, Zambie, Malawi, Intégration régionale, Transports


28/11/2017 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) and other participating co-lenders has signed agreements for the financing of the Nacala Corridor project. This is an integrated and transformative infrastructure project which consists of a 912-km railway and a port meant to unlock the Western region of Mozambique and landlocked Malawi. The total project cost is estimated at US$ 5b.

Catégories: Mozambique, Malawi, Secteur privé


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